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FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 3:00pm EST
and about a tans. the united states military says some relief drops have been orderly with thousands of people waiting patiently. military leader tell me tell us they expect 11,000 troops by the end of today, 4,000 on the ground, 7,000 on shore. former president clinton arrived in port-au-prince a few hours ago with his daughter, chelsea. he's the united nations envoy to haiti. maybe no population is more vulnerable that are the orphans. jonathan hunt found and orphanage where dozens of children are just trying to hang on. >> there are 26 babies here. many of them, in fact most, were due to be adopted by american families. it's an open question whether they will survive at all. there's no formula for the babies in the orphanage. they're being given regular milk that's not good for them and gives them diarrhea, adding to the danger of dehydration. the situation is desperate. they need aid, they need it quickly. they need food, water, formula, and medical supplies and are getting none of t they have not seep a single aid agency or u.n. personnel. they have not seen military or police h
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2010 6:00pm EST
the rhetoric. >> do you think, mr. murray, that barack obama, the president of the united states, his being in boston, him being up there on the stump, is that going to help? is that really going to wake up those who might think, wait a minute, we've got to go vote on news. >> i think it does. it brings attention to how important this race is. and what is at stake. literally the agenda of the president. you showed senator kennedy and he's someone who is strong in his beliefs and fought for it. but he also was able to reach out to the no child left behind and in certain areas. isn't it unfortunate that other americans haven't been able to offer that compromise that senator kennedy offered to former president george bush on issues of education and other types of things? we've got a republican minority that is really trying to obstruct the will of the voters and no one knows more about this than you do. where does the middle class and pushing all of the same rhetoric that dick cheney and george bush did for so many years? >> barack obama hasn't done anything to eliminate the middle class in ma
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2010 8:00pm EST
other nation in the united states. there are more is really nasdaq companies than japanese, than canadian and british and german than anything. it's extraordinary. capitalism hasn't been shown to fail. capitalism has been shown to work and here in the united states there is a tremendous amount of self pity this of course encouraged by the victimhood. one of the things on my radio show is the michael medved show where we are proud to say every day i am not a victim the idea of american victimhood suggests our standard of living and difficulties in our choices it's much lower. we can't live the kind of lives our parents live and it's getting worse and everyone has heard this. it is nonsense. robert wright. heritage in this building has some terrific work on this and i quote him extensively in the book. if you actually look at any meaningful measure of living standards in the united states the progress under the capitalist america particularly since 1980 has been dazzling, unprecedented. the options available to people, the extended life expectancy and for college we are now at a st
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 4:30am EST
of the 17th district in florida. no politician in the united states is more personally affected by the tragedy here in haiti. little haiti in miami is entirely and congressman meek's district. how are your constituents faring? we are trying to get the computer situation sorted out to show the video of the dramatic rescue you witnessed but how are your constituents faring? >> they are suffering, many lost family members. they are also concerned about the family members. miami dade firefighters are here, rescue team. i have been with them half a day. and they rescued the 3-year-old little girl and they are rescuing a woman and two children right now. so i am very excited to be here. i also feel that it's a long-term recovery and many of my constituents will be a part of that recovery. in florida there are a lot of volunteers, a lot of missions, southern baptists are very much involved in what's going on here. so geraldo, i am very excited about all of the love that is pouring out throughout the world. especially from florida and from the united states. >> are you worried about the
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 5:00pm EST
started in earnest in the late 1940's, we became very much a war that in the 1950's the united states of the soviet union were locked in to an existential crisis. it was a sort of stable crisis over the years, but a crisis nonetheless. we chatted a enormous nuclear power. we each have the ability to destroy the other country. and tonight, destroying most of the world. so we produced what was called a balance of terror, were both leaders on both sides, whenever there was a real crisis did not ever want to be pushed to a point of having to use nuclear weapons. and that governs the way we thought about our policy in almost every part of the world. now as a reporter in that environment, and as they moscow correspondent, and i remember i was the moscow correspondent during some of the most acute berlin crises, during the cuban missile crisis, and a number of others as well in the middle east. i believe now that i thought then that in pursuing my story, i wanted us to win. i didn't want the soviet union to gain and manage over the united states. i don't know that i literally wrote stories i
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 7:00am EST
, and here in the united states there is a tremendous amount of self-pity that is encouraged by the victim. one of the things in my ratio is it's the michael medved show where we're proud to say everyday i am not a victim, the idea of american victimhood suggest that our standard of living and our difficulties and our choices, it's all much lower, we can't live the kind of lives that our parents live and it's getting worse. everyone has heard this. it is nonsense. now, robert rector rodger at heritage writer in the building has done terrific work on this and i quote him extensively in the book. if you actually look at any meaningful measure of living standards in the united states, the progress under capless american, particularly since 1980, has been dazzling, has been unprecedented. the options that are available to people, the extended life expectancy, college, we're now at at a stage where the majority of american young people in every ethnic group, are pursuing some form of post high school graduation after they graduate from high school. this is phenomenal. sometimes that education m
CNBC
Jan 17, 2010 7:30pm EST
net -- net new jobs every month in the united states just to hold the unemployment rate where it is. and we've lost, perhaps, 8 million in the decade. so to claw back and actually have a total employment growth with rising labor income, in my view, i'm not as optimistic as michelle. >> a lot of people do feel if we start to see some job growth and if indeed the numbers match what your expectations are that the fed might move on interest rates. do you agree? >> well, i thing fed is going to be willing to tolerate faster growth as long as the inflation situation remains under control. you know, as david said, even with our optimistic employment numbers it's going take -- it's going to take years to get the unemployment back toward the level it was at before we went into this recession and as long as the unemployment rate is elevated and there's slack in the economy, the fed doesn't think inflation will be a problem. so they're going to stand, i are inclined to stand pat. i think they may be surprised and inflation isn't going to be as tame as they expect and as the economy improves, w
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2010 8:00pm EST
the most satisfaction? >>actor, gopher on the boat -- n lobo. >> -- every member of united states congress for four years? >> b-. >> talk show host at wmal today. >> b +. we will come back to all that. let's look at what it is like to be in your studio when you start off in the morning. >> 107.3, worldwide. wmal.com. listen all day and be stimulated. >> now, randy and anti with the news. >> you have been doing this how long? >> i started in 2003. this is believereally my sevent. i have saddam hussein to king for the job. -- to think for the job. -- to think for the job. -- thank for the job. they wanted to go to more 24-7 coverage. they wanted more people of the microphone. he asked me to fill in. i was not with goodwill anymore and i just come to california from nevada. it just so happened that by june of 2003, a slot had opened up. the general manager asked if i would be interested in doing this. he carefully deleted the part about getting up at 2:00 a.m. in the morning. i said that that sounded kind of interesting. i have been there ever since. >> the time and you are on? >> 5:00 a.m.-9
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 10:00am EST
of this country that elected me, an african-american as the 44th president of the united states of america. rev. wheeler mentioned the inauguration. on the heels of that victory over one year ago, some suggested that somehow we had entered into a post-racial america. all those problems would be solved. there are those who argued that because i had spoke of a need for unity in this country that our nation was somehow entering into a period of post- partisanship. that did not work out so well. there was a hope shared by many that life would be better from the moment that i swore that oath. of course, as we meet here today, one year later, we know the promise of that moment has not yet been fully fulfilled. because of an era of greed and irresponsibility that sowed the seeds of its own demise, because of persistent economic troubles unaddressed through the generations, because of the banking crisis that has brought the financial system to the brink of catastrophe, we are being tested in our own lives and as a nation as you have been tested before. unemployment is at its highest level in more than
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 4:00pm EST
, is multinational and not solely the united states of america. >> neil: very well put. secretary ridge, very good to see you. >> good talking with you. thank you. >> it's not just the elderly hurting from the disaster in port-au-prince right now. jonathan hunt is at an orphanage where the struggle with simply to get out. >> reporter: neil this is a desperate situation here at the house of the children of god orphanage. we first came here yesterday, first reported on the desperate situation, 26 babies in the back of a truck. their only home, their only shelter. no form larks nothing. they were giving them regular milk which causes diarrhea in young children. that adds to the danger of dehydration. there in all 135 children here. this is the ridiculous thing. listen to this, 120 of them have already been legally adopted by united states families. families right across america. this girl, for instance, i have lynn, this one here, she's been adopted by a family in nebraska. bilu has been adopted by kim harmon, the harmon family in texas. all they need to get out of here, neil, is a yes from the state
CNN
Jan 18, 2010 5:00pm EST
ambassador to the united states. see if we can get the paperwork moving to try to -- >> ask them to commit to doing it without the paperwork. could tomorrow -- there are planes going, people who have volunteered their planes. because i have 500 children who would go tomorrow morning. off the top of my head. 500. >> that's coming up. soledad, thank you. chris lawrence is on the scene. he's got more on this part of the story. chris, where are you? what do you see? >> wolf, we were driving back to our main office in port-au-prince, when all of a sudden a paramedic came running out into the middle of the street. he stopped our truck. he started asking -- please, i'm haitian, can we use your truck? we pulled up and they had just pulled a 23-year-old woman -- her name is maxine. they pulled her out of the rubble. she's a university student, just spoke of her sister. her sister has not seen her since the earthquake. searching for her every single day. a team of search and rescue teams from peru pulled her out of the rubble. there was a doctor on the scene there, an israeli doctor who took an init
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2010 11:00pm EST
. >> as member of the united states congress for four years? >> b-. >> head of goodwill industries for five years. >> a-. >> talk show host at wmal today. >> b+. >> we will come back to all that. let's look at what it is like to be in your studio when you start off in the morning. >> 107.3, worldwide. wmal.com. listen all day and be stimulated. >> now, randy and andy with the news. >> you have been doing this how long? >> i started in 2003. this is really my seventh year. i have saddam hussein thank for the job. i had been out in california. i was between careers at that time. i had filled them for a talk- show host on our station from time to time. the guy that was on general manager, because of the war effort ramping up in iraq,they wanted to go to more 24/7 coverage. they wanted more people on the microphone. he asked me to fill in. i started doing more work. i was not with goodwill anymore and i had just come to california from nevada. i gravitated to it following the war. it just so happened that by june of 2003, a slot had opened up. and the parks had been doing it for years. -- andy parks
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 9:00pm EST
the united states the situation in earthquake ravaged haiti gets more grim by the hour. i am geraldo rivera at the airport at port-au-prince. the people of the stricken land go hungry and thirsty, even the little babies. >> we don't have food enough for the babies. we have babies that are younger than 1, and we have water for only two-days. >> as inadequate as the sincere relief effort has so far been there is relief for some haitian americans who are gradually being evacuated even as many others overwhelm the u.s. embassy trying to get authorization to leave a torn nation that may be slipping into anarchy. tonight even as the stars rally to the cause fox news core spn dent, jenkins, rivera, house sen and salanis we will try to give you an accurate picture of what is going wrong and what is going right in this mel lancholy and increasingly desperate place. >> there are increasing incidents of violence. we are looking at that very closely. we do need obviously a safe and secure environment to continue and do the best we can with the humanitarian system. >> welcome live to what has suddenly b
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 12:00am EST
worse, despite the massive relief effort from arch around the globe especially from the united states the situation in earthquake ravaged haiti gets more grim by the hour. i am geraldo rivera at the airport at port-au-prince. the people of the stricken land go hungry and thirsty, even the little babies. >> we don't have food enough for the babies. we have babies that are younger than 1, and we have water for only two-days. >> as inadequate as the sincere relief effort has so far been there is relief for some haitian americans who are gradually being evacuated even as many others overwhelm the u.s. embassy trying to get authorization to leave a torn nation that may be slipping into anarchy. tonight even as the stars rally to the cause fox news core spn dent, jenkins, rivera, house sen and salanis we will try to give you an accurate picture of what is going wrong and what is going right in this mel lancholy and increasingly desperate place. >> there are increasing incidents of violence. we are looking at that very closely. we do need obviously a safe and secure environment to continue a
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2010 9:00pm EST
of the united states of america certainly is very sympathetic to the marxism and communism and he is going to suffer because of that. but for these extraordinary and provides a different genealogy of black power. people like william worthy, richardson who was the activist from cambridge maryland who really was called the leedy general of the civil rights movement who waged an unprecedented struggle in cambridge maryland and 63 and 64 to help desegregate the city, met with attorney general robert f. kennedy to sign a peace accord in the early 1960's but also goes to malcolm x's nov grassroots leadership conference in detroit where malcolm delivers his famous message to the grassroots where he lays out a secular vision of domestic national but also international global political revolution. >> host: you read malcolm x was nothing less than a civil rights era's invisible man. >> absolutely. in the terms of the way which historians view malcolm x, malcolm isn't part of that heroic work of the civil rights movement. he usually only pops up are not 1963, 64 and serves as a foil to dr. king. he's
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 12:00am EST
-rights organizer in the deep south. born in trinidad in 1941. emigres to the united states two weeks before his 11th birthday 1952. lives in the bronx. one of the only african-american students that test into the bronx science high school that is one of the most prestigious high schools. even as a high school student come he is an activist. 1960 he unrolls howard university and joins the nonviolent action group which is a affiliate of snic and becomes a free director and is arrested in mississippi and spent 49 days in the worst prison farm and he celebrates his 20th birthday in prison with civil-rights activity that is the first-ever 27 arrest but what is really important about stokely carmichael that i tried to convey a is carmichael is one of the few americans domestically who actually pleads for democracy. undergoing physical terror and violence at the hands of hate to groups and domestic terrorist like the mississippi delta and in cambridge merrill lynch to promote poaching rights in sitters and share price for all african-americans. >> host: we're getting close to the break time and i want to
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 9:00am EST
. where would this country be without the help of the united states? up to 7000 troops said to be in the area by today, while 300,000 homeless haitians await their arrival. our coverage continues here in haiti, also with me today, high colleagues, path i ann brown and gregg jarrett. gregg: we'll check in with you momentarily, i'm gregg jarrett. patti ann: i'm path i ann brown. a deadly attack in afghanistan near the presidential palace and dramatic new developments in the massachusets senate battle, a new poll suggesting a big shift. and panic by some washington democrats, worry that the massachusets battle will derail their health care overall. we'll detail the 11th hour plan to avoid that. gregg: first, let's begin with bill hemmer in port-au-prince, haiti, where the situation is evolving minute by minute. bill? bill: yeah, gregg, good morning again, we're back the a the airport on this monday, the last time we were here has been friday so it's been three days and what a difference three days makes, the u.s. military is ramped up in a serious and significant way as these g
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2010 7:00pm EST
policy. casey was wrong. at that time, the united states was also claiming repeatedly the soviet union and was developing its own missile defense program, its it don't strategic defensive negative. paul admits he gave a speech and a july saying to the soviet bases of potential applications for advanced defensive technology, otherwise they would not be investing so much effort in so many resources in this area. and of course, we had some good propaganda of our own in a number of glossy reports that were issued by the pentagon and the state department. we showed that the soviets had a laser reaching up to kill satellites. this pencil drawing appeared at least four times in pentagon and state department brochures but this laser shooting into the skies did not exist. in effect, the soviet wanted to build such a laser, but after years of trying they had failed. so this is the state of our knowledge of gorbachev. what really was going on? what really was happening was quite different. within three months of taking office, all the top designers and constrict jurors in the military space progr
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 1:00am EST
but for the united states. it was a clear attempt to try -- officials attack you instead ignore you it is because they are scared of you. the white house attack on the group's credibility for me at that time was a clear affirmation of amnesty international's integrity and power. now, we are talking about the bush administration but it's important to note that this past wednesday president barack obama signed the national defense authorization act that in forces yet another attempt to conduct a commission trials. amnesty international and irene are once again pushing and changing the way that we see human rights. in a new campaign called demand dignity amnesty international is seeking to make poverty to human rights. irene argues that the poverty remains a global epidemic because it continues to be defined as an economic problem or and the aid and investment. why it's called the unheard truth poverty and human rights she says in powering the poor with basic rights for security and food and even health care as our only chance of a eradicating poverty. before joining the amnesty international, she s
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 5:30am EST
-au-prince which is pretty good compared to some of the major airports in the united stat states. >> how many planes does this airport normally handle? >> maybe 12-15 depending on the size. >> 12-15 aircraft a day to almost 200 flights a day. >> 100. >> how many are you doing -- what's your max flights? how many? >> 100 right now. >> 100 flights a day. >> from 12-15. >> 100 flights a day thanks to the united states air force. i don't hold you responsible for the noise. you have done great work. united states army, the 82nd airborne, coast guaguard, the cutters offshore, the navy led by the strike group based on the carlton the aircraft carrier. it is amazing and the marines, every one of the armed forces uniformed services are here doing the best that america can possibly do. before i say good night, i want to go back to brother craig at the orphorphanage. give us one more minute on what's happening there. >> well, you know, geraldo, everyone is sleeping right now, but we talked a lot about the bad that's happening, but what we should -- can talk about is also the good the fact that the plane
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2010 1:00pm EST
other countries being concerned because the united states, usair force is, at the request of the haitian government, running all the flight ops at the airport itself and some of the other countries complaining that american planes were getting precedence. and also that u.s. officials were going in and out. now, i can attest to the fact that u.s. officials are going in and out on relief planes and not taking any room away from the cargo that's being loaded. >> and as are a variety of officials, ban ki-moon yesterday, president clinton and others today. and we are incorporating them into the flow. look, from where we were at the beginning of this disaster with 20 to 30 flights we're now up to 100. we've doubled or tripled the amount of the operation at the airport. and this is critical, because this is, right now, the lifeline from the rest of the world into haiti. we're looking for other ways of expanding that. there have been a small number of diversions, primarily because you have airplanes stacked up. if an airplane breaks on the ground or takes longer on the ground, obviously there's
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2010 12:00pm EST
from different points across the united states. they include the following ships, gopher state, the pet petersburg, and the cornhusker state as well as the cape may to give you a sense of what these ships are capable of doing or what their lift capacity is, one of them is a high-speed passenger and vehicle ferry, another one say crane ship, based in norfolk, virginia. yet another crane ship and then an offshore petroleum discharge tanker in california and cape may is a sea barge clipper class vessel, essentially it is a characteristic cargo barge and also can carry huge sections of causeway. so, the u.s. maritime administration now dispatching five more ships to haiti to help with this massive relief effort. back to you. >> tom costello in washington with the latest. thank you, tom. >>> bringing in food, water and medicine to the earthquake victims, of course you've heardb it's been a logistical nightmare and humanitarian workers have been xlining that deliveries are falling far short of the overwhelming demand. joining us from skype out of haiti is maggie boyer. we keep hearing about t
CNN
Jan 17, 2010 8:00pm EST
on standby here in the united states. we were told by the haitian government that we need to balance the degree of that versus food and rations that are also about the president's top priority, which is saving lives. we have been doing everything that we can to get as many assets on the ground. >> general, let me ask you a question on the ground. as all the resource come in, government resources, and contributions from private organizations around the world, who is calling the shots in haiti? who decides if the doctors without borders come in, who decides who goes where and what they do? >> well, john, as you know, that's a major challenge in any crisis like this is the coordination of all of it. we have established along with the united nations that the agreement with secretary clinton and president preval to manage a coordination center up and running. we worked at the tactical and operational level between us and the united nation force commander from brazil to do that as best as we could, but we will stand that up and that's where we will coordinate and synchronize all of the eff
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 8:00pm EST
wrenching unforgettable stench that marks human death. in the case of haiti, lots of it. the united states seems to be the punching bag for the world most days, we're called everything from imperialists to war mongers and worse, but once again in the face of a horrible human tragedy it's americans who show up first, do the most and expect the least in return. whether it's a tsunami in asia, a famine in africa or an earthquake in pakistan or haiti, the world knows that while the chinese might export cheap consumer products and the saudis might pump oil from the ground and sell it to the world and argentina might ship some beef for the world's marketplace when it comes to a time of human tragedy it's the united states that will export its most precious commodity, its generosity. within hours of the horrific earthquake that hit haiti. americans were pouring record donations into relief organizations like the red cross and salvation army and the united states military dispatched ships, planes and thousands of personnel to the scene. american relief workers lined up to go to haiti and risk deat
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 5:00pm EST
is anything but american. >> we are five days away from fundamentally transforming the united states of america. >> yes, indeed. fundamentally transforming america. both republicans and democratic voters heard it now and snapped out of their slumber. if there is one thing that all americans from all political persuasions we can unite on is i don't really want to live in france. i think even michael moore agrees with that one. although, michael moore i think just doesn't want to us be like france because he thinks cuba would be better. but we all don't want to be like france. it's an insult for the people of massachusetts to react with shock because they put thought in their vote. maybe, maybe the reason why they are voting the way they are or seeming to be considering it is because they discovering who the candidates really are. last week when a journalist was pushed to the ground trying to ask her a question, whether or not it was on purpose, who knows. but coakley's response was telling. she claimed, "i'm not sure what happened. i know something occurred but i'm not privy to all of
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 6:00am EST
to have had fred thompson be elected president of the united states. consequently, when you get down to the choices that you have got, it has got to be the universe you live in, not the one you would pray for. >> when i asked you at the top of the show about the grade you would give, you gave goodwill industries an a-. i hear you trash congress. >> i was disappointed in the practice. the most exciting moment i had as a member of congress was before i even got there, the night of my first election victory. i'm sure a lot of new members are full of hope. i arrived in 1987 and served until 1995. three presidents came and went and i was able to split the difference between being a minority member and an effective member. by the time i left, i felt as if the process was imploding on itself. it seems trivial, now. we argued about deficit spending back then. it is nowhere near in the league that it is now. i came out of a show business background. rightly or wrongly, successful endeavors in show business have a beginning, a middle and an end. public policy and congress are always in the mid
CNN
Jan 17, 2010 10:00pm EST
in the united states. >> how are you feeling? >> and cnn has a team of reporters throughout haiti live this hour. soledad o'brien, gary tuchman, ivan watson, and anderson cooper. i'd like to welcome our viewers from 210 countries from around the world. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm don lemon at the cnn world headquarters in atlanta. much of the earthquake coverage has been focused on the damage in the capital city of port-au-prince. tonight we take you to another haitian city practically wiped off the map. 90% of it is flattened. so let's get right to it with cnn's anderson cooper, who has been on the go non-stop since this disaster struck five days ago. tonight he is in port-au-prince, but earlier today he visited the town of leongan near the epicenter of the quake. what did you find? >> the town is severely damaged. whether or not 90% i can't say for sure. but i did soo so many structures that had some form of damage and like you said some completely flattened. much different atmosphere than in port-au-prince. you don't get the buildings as high as they are here or as pushed together. so
CNN
Jan 18, 2010 1:00am EST
have suddenly been catapulted into new homes and any lives in the united states. >> how are you feeling? >> and cnn has a team of reporters throughout haiti live this hour. soledad o'brien, gary tuchman, ivan watson, and anderson cooper. i'd like to welcome our viewers from 210 countries from around the world. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm don lemon at the cnn world headquarters in atlanta. much of the earthquake coverage has been focused on the damage in the capital city of port-au-prince. tonight we take you to another haitian city practically wiped off the map. 90% of it is flattened. so let's get right to it with cnn's anderson cooper, who has been on the go non-stop since this disaster struck five days ago. tonight he is in port-au-prince, but earlier today he visited the town of leongan near the epicenter of the quake. what did you find? >> the town is severely damaged. whether or not 90% i can't say for sure. but i did soo so many structures that had some form of damage and like you said some completely flattened. much different atmosphere than in port-au-prince. you don't g
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 10:00pm EST
doctors to land in the united states and we established a beach head and now the calvary has arrived from every where. we are committed to haiti. i was here two webbings a -- wes ago with the president for the first critical care hospital. unfortunately the disaster came before they were ready for it. >> thank for your generosity. introduce yourself and tell me why so many medical professionals risk so much to come here? >> it's a terrible tragedy. we are here because we want to save lives, kids lives, baby's lives adults lives. it's a real war zone as far as the casualties are concerned. we are here to help as many people as we can. we have a team of doctors working together from university in miami and the fact that we are able to make a difference and save lives is really why we are doctors in the first place. >> thank you for everything you do. especially you dr. ginsburg. we went to the orphanage we told you about in the first hour desperate staff, children, looters, craig and jonathan hunt were there earlier in the day they made the call out to get help from the orphanage. before we
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 12:00pm EST
. if you have questions about our relationship with the international community or the united states ngo's working here in the country, would be glad to answer those questions. the general will be glad to answer questions about how the food is being delivered. how the military is performing in with their footprint is. we're glad to take any other questions, obviously. >> would you say getting american citizens out of haiti is an equal priority to helping haitians? >> that is correct. we of three equal priorities. one is rescue and recovery. many teams are working on the ground. one is getting our citizens back to the united states. the other is delivering assistance and supplies. their three jobs that have to be done concurrently. we cannot do one without doing the other. >> [inaudible] >> [inaudible] we are helping the haitian people. we're deeply engaged in that. we are expanding far more resources on providing assistance to the haitian people than on the other two priorities. but those have to go ahead. we cannot leave people, particularly on the rest and recovery, there is a limited
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 2:00am EST
out law enforcement, provide security? does the united states forces there -- i'm sure they can defend themselves what about more jen -- more generally who is providing security? >> united nations forces have enough to provide security and stability one the construct of what they are doing here and they are doing that the police have been devastated as well. we've seen increase in presence of the police on the street. but it's limited. we do have to secure ourselves, as you said but also have to address how we are able to continue our humanitarian assistance mission in a safe and secure environment. so we have to work and we are working along side the united states, united nations and the government of haiti to continue this security challenge that we face. >> general keen, thank you for taking this time. dr. shah thank you for coming in. saturday president obama asked former presidents george w bush and bill clinton help with the haiti relief efforts. they sat down with major garrett. >> president bush, president clinton thank you for joining us. first question, do you intend to go to
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 6:00pm EST
the president of the united states up against curt schilling and hope and change against the bloody sock. hard to predict redwood city >> bret: you mentioned curt schilling. people are saying the healthcare reform is at the heart of the race. candidates on both sides of the aisle say she is not exactly a great candidate. you mentioned curt schilling. take a look at this little exchange. >> if we weren't so close rudy giuliani wouldn't valuable information come in either. he is a yankee fan, i just want people to know. >> scot brown is curt schilling, okay. >> and another yankee fan? >> schilling? >> yes. >> curt schilling a yankee fan? >> i'm wrong. >> the fact that she called me a yankee fan probably bothers me more than anything. doesn't feel like she has a line into the people of the state. >> the campaign people said it was a joke that fell flat. >> it was not a joke that fell flat. she was clueless about it. if you want to get into things that are emblematic of the way that she has run her campaign and how in touch she is, this is one of many missteps she made along the way. i was struck
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2010 2:00pm EST
-american president of the united states clearly said the electorate felt that was the better choice. but we also know so much of the electorate did not vote for president obama. so let's say this. one, we as a country were able to cross a great hurdle by electing the first african-american president, but it doesn't mean that at the local level in our schools, in our churches, our communities that we're even discussing race, let alone dealing with real troubling and difficult race issues. so until we do that on a consistent level, until we do that at the local level, electing president obama is a historic event. it doesn't begin to filter from your community and my community. >> thank you. look forward to seeing you on the special than thank you for joining us early. >> thank you. >> tune in to prime time special event, obama's america: 2010 and beyond. "hardball" chris matthews joined by tom joiner live. 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 tonight on msnbc. >>> what lies ahead for the orphans of haiti, about the children. were those already in the process of being adopted finally be brought to their new home soon? w
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 7:00am EST
jr. is legacy and an acknowledgement that the united states remains some distance from the post-racial world that many had envisioned immediately after his inauguration." we are asking what has changed in civil-rights and race relations over 50 years. joanne, kansas city. good morning. caller: hello, i listen to you every day, seven days a week. i am a 70-year-old woman. i was a young woman during the march of martin luther king and civil rights. things are more blatant than they were back then. we still get beaten by the police in our neighborhood. our children are taken off to prison for drugs and stuff that the average white kid does not. host: you say that racism is more blatant than it was 50 years ago? caller: very much so. when you can get on television, like rush limbaugh, the fox news people, and sank niggey nigger d stuff like that. host: do you hear them use those words? caller: yes, i do. rush limbaugh, if he would stop taking ought to come -- ox ycontin, maybe he would learn how to talk to people. host: detroit, bill. independent line. your thoughts? caller: i am pr
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 7:00pm EST
humanity, for the united states of america. >> once the bill is priced out. >> julie: thank you, even as aid is pouring into haiti. more help is needed because of extreme demand, but getting assistance to those who need it is proving a difficult task. many of the injured waiting days to get treated and in some places, there's no where to put the dead. another live report from haiti next as fox reports tonight. this is the card that bought the saw... that cut the lumber... that built the extra space i needed to store more produce... that she sold to me to make my menu more organic. introducing ink from chase. the card that helped make it all happen because it's accepted in twice as many places worldwide as american express. with reward points worth 25% more when redeemed for air travel. make your mark with ink. go to chase.com/ink. chase what matters. [ male announcer ] say hello to the can-doers. ♪ the budget masters. the knockout artists who are finding more ways to spread their dollar further. to bolder color in less time. say hello to newer ideas and lowered prices, enabling more
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Jan 18, 2010 2:00am EST
of this scale and magnitude away from the united states to create this kind of bipartisanship? >> well, i think that with something like this happens inside the united states we act in the same way. i think that it reminds us of our common humanity, of the needs that go beyond fleeting disagreements, whatever our policy disputes are, don't seem to matter much when people are dying. and hungry and sick. i think it's just a natural human response. just as people's disagreements are natural human response and in normal times can be healthy. it wouldn't be healthy for america if, in normal times, we had no political debates. and it would be perverse if in a time like this we let lesser matters keep us from joining hands. >> president bush, you're back. >> indeed. it's a little nostalgic. i'm glad i've come back for this purpose. i must confess i really -- i miss you as a person but i don't miss the spotlight. >> i think i'll take that as a compliment. good luck to you both. thank you. >> thank you so much. >> and up next, we'll talk politics and assess the first full year of the obama presidency, o
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2010 3:00pm EST
of money that's come in from all around the world and people in the united states watching this coverage who wan to help, special through text messaging. getting donations in to get that needed aid on the ground. new comments coming into us from the president regarding the relief effort happening. >> this was an unannounced visit to red cross to keep people inspired and encouraged and keep the focus on the effort everybody can make by helping the red cross. >>> tamron, turning to the political story unfolding in the united states. polls in massachusetts open in just 16 hours and democrats from wooster to washington are worried about losing a senate seat they have held for decades. president obama spent sunday in massachusetts in a last ditch campaign effort from martha coakley. today they release add new ad featuring the president. >> martha knows the struggles massachusetts working families faced because she's lived those struggles. she's fought for the people of massachusetts every single day. as attorney general she took on wall street and recovered millions for massachusetts taxpayer
ABC
Jan 18, 2010 6:00pm EST
. >> thanks for the report. some haitian orphans are getting ready to start a brand new life in the united states. five orphans said to be adopted arrived in orlando. they were found in the rubble of an orphanage. there will be reunited with their new families. >> money and supplies are pouring in to help those affected. star athletes and starthey are a candlelight vigil at the haitian embassy. people offering their prayers for the island nation. so many have been moved on this day that even the folks here at the embassy have been overwhelmed by what they have received. >> the donations just keep pouring in. the support is humbling. >> it is good to see everyone helping out. supplies dropped off are being sorted at this old warehouse behind d.c. general hospital. volunteers showed up to sort things out. >> we're giving them food, clothing, medicine. >> the question in this situation is when and how well all these make it to the people who need it? the embassy is asking the general public stop dropping off supplies and donate money. people in our area just want to give what they can. >> whe
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 8:00am EST
in establishing high-speed internet in the united states. our guest is larry cohen, president of the communication cans workers of america. this program was taped in december 2009. >> host: and this week on "the communicators" larry cohen who is the president of the communication workers of america. also here to join in the questioning, lynn stanton, senior editor with telecommunications reports. mr. cohen, if you could very briefly, give us a snapshot of the communication workers of america. >> guest: cwia, as we call it, is 700,000 women and men most of whom work in the communications field, could be broadcasting, could be journalism, could be the largest group works on networks. and we also have several hundred thousand retired members who remain active in many ways. so we're in every state, we're 10,000 in canada including the canadian broadcasting company. active members. interested in their world. >> host: what sort of organizations or what companies do they work for, do your members work for? >> about a thousand different companies, largest are companies like at&t and general electric and v
CNN
Jan 18, 2010 6:00am EST
ones at home in the united states with news of relatives down in haiti. we were contacted by somebody who gave us a photograph of the father, you took the photograph, you literally went door to door in port-au-prince looking for him. what did you find? >> reporter: well, you know, john, as you can imagine, there are thousands of people out there who are looking for loved ones here in port-au-prince. but with communications down, people can't get out, people outside can't get in. it's impossible to try to link up with those who you love and who are missing. so what we just tried to do is link the two together and take a look at what we found. news of the quake broke, and images of destruction poured in, he sat in new york frustrated and worried, unable to reach his father, who is in port-au-prince for a funeral. >> i started to ring out because i knew my dad was down there and i had no idea what just happened, so i was very afraid. >> reporter: he tried everything, but communications were down. the u.s. embassy, out of reach. >> it was a sense of, you know, helplessness, where you can'
FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 1:00pm EST
would dissuade them from trying to make that very dangerous trek from haiti to the united states. jamie: few make it, so very interesting point. phil, thank you so much. phil keating live for us in miami. trace: breaking now, al-qaeda denying one of its top commanders is dead. insisting air strikes by the yemeni government did not kill ca seemal raimi. yemen is the latest hot bed for extremists. umar farouk abdulmutallab is said to have attended a terrorist training camp there. he's the man accused of trying to blow up an american jet liner on christmas day. former special agent for the fbi, richard, good to see you. i guess the first question would have to be if, in fact, al-qaeda says their chief wasn't killed by the yemeni government, does that weaken the government's position that they can tackle al-qaeda without foreign help? >> trace, you're exactly correct. i does. it weakens their stance that they can tackle this problem of al-qaeda alone. they've already got enough inner fighting within the country can right now with the movement going on in the south, you've got rebel fights i
CNN
Jan 18, 2010 1:00pm EST
, of course, that will have to come in from the united states and from other countries. >> a lot of people are frustrated saying that more can be done to speet up the process. russel honore is joining me live from new orleans now. in your view, what's holding things up? >> well, first of all, let me commend the troops that are on the ground doing the best they can. what's holding it up is this flow into the airport. we've got to create multiple distribution points. need to use more air drops as well as an alternate airfield. the 82nd airborne conviction has the capacity to open another airfield for some reason that, asset hasn't been employed yet. but you'll see a big difference today we the "uss baton arrived. they can do a lot of work. i think they're going to concentrate on the port first but they can open a lot of roads with the capacity on the baton. >> so the issue is when you say the airborne has the ability to open up an airport or create an airport, how would they go about doing that? >> they drop them in, they can find any straight road with some clearances on the side of it. and
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2010 12:30am EST
national security. when the president of united states in his military advisor call this governor, he is there to listen and help in any way that he can. i think people of illinois appreciate that kind of work. on the matter of jobs, i think it is before us all. last year, a year of reform and stabilization, we were enabled to enact a far-reaching law that will help us get jobs back on track in illinois. but i want to be a governor who understands the economic needs of everyday people in our state. i have always done that as state treasurer, lieutenant governor, and now i am the governor, and i think the number one issue in illinois today is getting our economy back on track. president franklin delano roosevelt said a long time ago during the great depression, when my father and mother were young, that the best social policy ever devised, the best government program ever devised is a good job. and that is what we have to understand -- our mission this year is to revive our economy and put people back to work. we can do it in the state of illinois. i want to be the building governor. i
NBC
Jan 18, 2010 7:00am EST
was there, he represents the largest haitian-american community in the united states. he had his iphone with him, he shot these pictures as she was taken out. that little girl's father was there, obviously thrilled. and of course, there's a lot of hope for more moments like this. but doctors say humans can survive without access to water for about five days. so we're at the edge of potentially finding more survivors. they're still looking, however, meredith. >> and they didn't think they'd find them up to this point. wonderful news, kerry, thank you so much. >>> now here's matt. >>> changing gears here, a bit, a special election is being held in massachusetts tomorrow, that to fill the u.s. senate seat vacated by the death of ted kennedy. it is a key race in both parties have pulled out the heavy-hitters and all stops in the final days of campaigning. nbc's kelly o'donnell is in boston with more. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, matt. it's one of the biggest surprises in politics. and democrats are feeling the misery of this wintry morning. they should have the overw
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